Every human being has vitality, which is
necessary for a healthy and happy life.
Vitality originates when body, mind and soul
are working well together. We feel this vitality
when we feel alive. We trust in our capacity
to master our lives and reach our goals.
We are connected with our awareness.
Most of us occasionally lose this quality of life.
These times in which we are living are full of chaos and stress, which make it difficult for us to stay balanced.
Sat Nam Rasayan and Kundalini Yoga offer powerful tools. Kundalini Yoga is an active practice to stabilize our own life energy.
Sat Nam Rasayan is passively beneficial for patients — and healers
Learn to lead healthy relationships, to meet people
without prejudice and to be present with yourself and
This becomes possible through Sat Nam Rasayan,
a centuries-old meditation technique and healing art
of Kundalini Yoga.
Traditionally, this art was taught to heal others. It helps to release tendencies and limitations in body, mind and emotions — the common reasons for sickness.
The self-healing powers of the body become activated, and we are able to meet life in a more balanced and clear state.
Sat Nam Rasayan is free from dogmatism, religion and belief systems. It does not only help yoga practitioners and therapists, but every interested person, to sharpen the senses and to learn meditation and a meditative healing technique.
"When you become calm and still, the universe starts moving for you.“ - Guru Dev Singh
"Meditation brings two things.
It brings wisdom; it brings freedom.
These two flowers grow out of meditation. When you become silent, utterly silent, beyond the mind, two flowers bloom in you.
One is of wisdom: you know what is and what is not.
And the other is of freedom: you know now there are no longer any limitations on you, either of time or of space. You become liberated."
For thousands of years, Sat Nam Rasayan
was a secret yoga tradition. Sat Nam Rasayan
was taught in silence by a master to his
student, and only a few highly developed
students were so privileged. The process of
training lasted several years, until the student
?could recognize and maintain a state of
neutrality and silence. The practitioners of
this art were admired as outstanding healers,
and the teachings were recognized as the
highest achievements of Yoga.
Guru Dev Singh Ph.D. is the living master
of this tradition. Yogi Bhajan, the master of
Yoga (and well known
through his famous Yogi tea) graced Guru Dev Singh with traditional training
in Sat Nam Rasayan.
Guru Dev Singh came in 1989 to Europe
and started to teach SNR openly, according the
wishes of his teacher.
The University of Colombo awarded Guru Dev Singh an honorary doctorate for his achievements in complementary medicine. Yogi Bhajan was convinced that in times of great changes, the world would need a strong group of healers. He wanted to make the knowledge of the old Yogis accessible for all human beings.
In Sat Nam Rasayan, sickness is described as a tendency
of the body to react.
The reaction can be a pain, an emotional problem or a serious illness. In the course of the education, the Sat Nam Rasayan healer develops the ability to find and dissolve these blockages, thus the self-healing powers of the body can become effective again.
”In Sat Nam Rasayan we simplify the idea of consciousness. We can only know and understand the universe through our experience, therefore we call the ability to stay alert ’to be conscious‘. The more kinds of experience we can recognize the greater our consciousness will be.“ - Guru Dev Singh
In all meditative and yogic traditions, inner silence was respected
as the highest achievement. In our daily lives this seems very difficult
and only achievable by higher yogis.
Sat Nam Rasayan teaches an amazingly easy approach to inner silence. It helps you to stay silent in the hustle and stress of your daily life. It is surprising to see your conflicts being resolved through this inner state.